High Definition Imaging and the Future of Patient Care

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As work continues to be done to find the best ways to use new technology the question of what the next advancement will be is already setting the stage for the future of patient care.

As work continues to be done to find the best ways to use new technology in the treatment of ulcerative colitis, the question of what the next advancement will be is already setting the stage for the future of patient care.

Venkat Subramanian, from the Leeds Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences discussed what those future developmens could be during Digestive Disease Week in Washington, DC. After a smaller study Subramanian said there is more study that neesds to be done and that that work has already begun in the United Kingdom. If the study goes well he said his hope is that chromoendoscopy will become a more common procedure for gastroenterologists to help their patients.

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